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Presentation showing how to use a concordancer to check how the word 'worth' is collocated.

Presentation showing how to use a concordancer to check how the word 'worth' is collocated.

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  • 1. Concordancing How to use a concordancer
  • 2. Finding your Concordancer
  • 3. Choosing your Language
  • 4. Choosing your Corpus and Search Criteria
  • 5. Alphabetical Output
  • 6. Can we follow ‘worth’ with ‘to’?
  • 7. What verb form seems to follow ‘worth’?
  • 8. What other words can you see that commonly follow ‘worth’?
  • 9. Can you see another type of word which often follows ‘worth’?
  • 10. Can you see another common feature of words following ‘worth’?
  • 11. Collocation Summaries
  • 12. Next Steps <ul><li>Write down all the common types of collocations with ‘worth’. </li></ul><ul><li>What do you notice about the use of ‘to’ after ‘worth’? </li></ul><ul><li>What should you use instead? </li></ul><ul><li>Now go to http://www.lextutor.ca/concordancers/concord_e.html and choose a new corpus and see if there are any differences between spoken and written English. </li></ul>

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